UN 38th Human Rights Council : Side session,
"
Human Rights Globally, Promotion and
protection of Human Rights are enshrined in the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights and
the Charter of the United Nations including peoples
right to Self-Determination"
CORE PLANNING GROUP (CPG) CARRIES
FORWARD IHRAAM HISTORICALLY BLACK
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCUs)
CAMPAIGN
Here are samples of the remarkable fruits to date of CPG
efforts during its 2017-2018campaign at numerous HBCUs
and predominantly Black institutions (PBIs)  of higher
education (outreach to be widely expanded 2018-2019
Framework for a Declaration on the Promotion &
Full Respect of Human Rights of People of
African Descent

presented 22nd Session of the Working Group of
Experts on People of African Descent (UN/WGEPAD)
19 – 23 MARCH, 2018.  
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IHRAAM COMPLAINT SUBMITTED TO THE HUMAN
RIGHTS COUNCIL ON BEHALF OF ASIFO BANO
,
victim of gang rape and murder, Kashmir. 2018
ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES:  Dr. Farid I.
Muhammad replaces Diana Collier Kly as
IHRAAM Chief Executive Officer.  Diana Kly now
serves as IHRAAM Chief Administrative Officer.
UN Working Group on Peoples of African
Descent,
Regional Meeting for Europe, Central
Asia and North America, Geneva, Switzerland,
Nov. 23-25, 2017 attended by IHRAAM representative
Onaje Muid.  More
Report delivered to CERD on behalf of LIl'wat
Nation
with regard to CERD review of Canada
Statement delivered to the United Nations
Special Committee on Decolonization on Behalf
of the National Sovereign State of Borinken
prepared by Prof. Francis A. Boyle,
June 19, 2017
Queen Quet of the Gullah/Geechee Nation
participates in the
United Nations Ocean
Conference
on 5 to 9 June to spur action to improve
the state of the world’s oceans.
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Side-event, UN, Geneva, Self-Determination in
Conflict Zones, March 15, 2017
Gullah/Geechee Leader Takes Sea Island
Climate Change to the United Nations COP22
Conference
Queen Quet will have the opportunity to present the
details of what the Gullah/Geechee communities are
faced with in regard to protecting their culture which is
on the front lines of sea level rise and climate change.
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Francis Boyle denounces "Fake Statehood Day"
at Iolani Palace, Hawaii. He is author of Restoring the
Kingdom of Hawaii:  The Kanaka Maoli Route to
Independence..
UN Working Group on Peoples of African
Descent
issues Report (A/HRC/33/61/Add.2)  noting
in particular that "There  is  a  profound  need  to  
acknowledge  that  the transatlantic trade inAfricans,  
enslavement,  colonization  and  colonialism were a  
crime  against humanity and are among the major
sources and manifestations of racism, racial
discrimination, Afrophobia
xenophobia  and  related  intolerance. Past  injustices  
and  crimes  against African Americans need to be
addressed with reparatory justice."  See full report
here.
Statement delivered to the United Nations
Special Committee on Decolonization on Behalf
of the National Sovereign State of Borinken by
Prof. Francis A. Boyle,
June 20, 2016
UN General Assembly Special Session on the
World Drug Trade
Dr. Francisca Torres Rivera of the University of
Puerto Rico represented IHRAAM at the UN in New
York, April 19-21, 2016.
UN Committee for Economic Social and Cultural
Rights undertakes 6th review of Canada
IHRAAM's parallel (shadow) report was drafted by
IHRAAM Consultant Kerry Coast and submitted to the
Committee on January 22, 2016.
UN Working Group on People of African Descent
Tours US
meets with African American rights groups.  IHRAAM
Representative Onaje Muid presented in Baltimore on
behalf of IHRAAM. See
UNWG Report and IHRAAM
intervention. January 2016
Combating Racism in the 21th Century
commemorating the 50th anniversary of the signing of
the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Racial Discrimination.  IHRAAM Representative Onaje
Muid attended and presented at the event.  His report
is
here.
State Department/DoE Civil Society Consultation
IHRAAM has attended and participated in the State
Department/Dept. of Education civil society review of
education recommendations resulting from the
US-UPR.  IHRAAM representatives travelled to
Washington to attend the July 20, 2015 meeting, as
well as participating by phone.
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IHRAAM submits Observations for consideration
by the
Committee for the Elimination of all forms of Racial
Discrimination on the occasion of the 87th Session of
the
International Convention on the Elimination of All
Forms of
Racial Discrimination, with respect to
Norway's
operating a hundred open-net-cage feedlots on
the coast of British Columbia, Canada, in
unceded Indigenous Peoples’ territories, waters
and homelands without consent
. July 15, 2015.
IHRAAM submits LIl'wat Statement to the ICCPR's
HRC
for its 6th review of Canada, June-July 2015.  Text of
the statement is posted on the ICCPR's website
here
(under the subheading "info from civil society
organizations (for the session)" under Canada. Read
IHRAAM Consultant Kerry Coast's very thorough
Report on the HRC Review of Canada / Indigenous
Nations
IHRAAM Delegation headed to GENEVA for US
Universal Periodic Review by Human Rights
Council

IHRAAM will hold a side-session at the UN Palais des
Nations on May 7th, 2015, titled
EMPOWERING
BLACK COLLEGES:  International Law, African
American Development and Self-Determination.


SPEAKING TOUR:  Petitioners, Loni Edmonds v.
Canada.  
November 19-24, the Petitioners will visit
five BC cities to speak about the LIl'wat case at the
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.  View
poster with places and dates
here. Read Report on
event here.
IHRAAM DIrector Francis Boyle addresses
Hawaiian Governance Symposium, urging
attendees to vote to restore the Kingdom of Hawaii at
the forthcoming Convention, and leaders of Hawaiian
self-governance initiativesto engage in collective
efforts to rebuild a Hawaiian nation. More
here.
IHRAAM submits Alternative Report re UN
Universal Periodic Review to the Human Rights
Council.
The report addresses the situation of Historically
Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and African
American rights to education in general.  It can be
read
here, and those wishing to cosponsor this report
should go here.
Gullah-Geechee Leader Attends High Level
Meeting, General Assembly, World Conference
Indigenous Peoples.
IHRAAM Director Queen Quet has forwarded the final
Declaration of the High Level Meeting, Blog post
available soon.


IHRAAM Seminar INTERNATIONAL HUMAN
RIGHTS & EMPOWERING HBCUS
was held at Clark
Atlanta Unviersity on July 11, 2014.
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UN Special Committee on Decolonization
Approves Text Supporting Puerto Rico’s
‘Inalienable Right to Self-Determination’
IHRAAM Director Francis A. Boyle addressed the
Committee on June 23 on behave of the National
Sovereign State of Borinken.  
IACHR PASSES BULLOCK PETITION TO US GOV'T
By letter dated June 23, 2014, the Inter-American
Commission on Human Rights has advised that it has
passed the pertinent parts of
Petition Ronald
Bullock P-300-09 vs United States
to the United
States government, giving it 3 months to respond.
The case concerns lengthy wrongful imprisonment,
torture while imprisoned, and inadequate
compensation.
UN Decolonization Committee and
Borinken
IHRAAM Director Professor Francis A. Boyle before
the
United Nations Special Committee on
Decolonization on Behalf of the National Sovereign
State of Borinken
June 23, 2014
HISTORIC CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY VENUE
FOR HBCU EVENT
The forthcoming IHRAAM Seminar, International
Human Rights & Empowering HBCUs
will be held
at Clark Atlanta University on July 11.  
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IHRAAM SUBMITS FURTHER OBSERVATIONS,
LONI EDMONDS CASE 12.929:  IACHR PASSES ON
TO CANADA
On Friday, May 23 at 11:25 p.m., IHRAAM submitted
its Further Observations on the case to the IACHR per
its request. On June 5, 2014 the IACHR advised that
Canada has one month to respond to same.
Gullah-Geechee Culture Connects to UN
Sustainability
Gullah-Geechee chieftess Queen Quet sat amongst
other world leaders to be a part of a special thematic
debate of the United Nations General Assembly
entitled “Culture and Sustainable Development in the
Post-2015 Development Agenda".  Here is her Report
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Queen Quet wins "We Shall Overcome Fund"
grant
The Highlander Education Center has awarded
Queen Quet the “We Shall Overcome Fund” grant to
continue the “Gullah/Geechee SEA & ME Program”
which she established two years ago with funding from
Toyota Together Green with Audubon.
INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ADMITS IHRAAM
LONI EDMONDS PETITION
By communication dated January 23, 2014, the IACHR
has forwarded to IHRAAM its Report on Admissibility
No. 89/13.advising IHRAAM that it has now admitted
IHRAAM Petition 879-07 on behalf of LIl'wat mother
Loni Edmonds.  
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Seminar:  Implementing Human Rights:  What
Judges, Lawyers and Prosecutors Need to Know
On October 31, 2013, this one-day seminar was
organized by IHRAAM Consultant Musa Dan Fodio /
Dan Fodio Law-Group, PC, and Co-sponsored by
IHRAAM, featuring videos by IHRAAM DIrectors Alfred
de Zayas and Francis A. Boyle.  See
Program
brochure
IHRAAM Director Alfred de Zayas, UN
Independent Expert on the Promotion of a
Democratic and Equitable International Order

issued his
second progress report to the General
Assembly. The deZayas report recommended, inter
alia, "(m) The General Assembly may consider
referring specific legal questions to the International
Court of Justice for advisory opinions,
including
issues of self-determination
, unilateral coercive
measures, threats and use of force, and debt
cancellation..."  The report addresses in Section F
Lack of democratic participation by indigenous and
unrepresented peoples;
IHRAAM Delegation meets with UN Special
Rapporteur on Indigenous Issues, James Anaya
In Vancouver on October 10, 2013, IHRAAM
delegates took part in a special morning meeting in
Vancouver with James Anaya, during his one-day visit
to BC as part of his mandate to investigate the
situation of indigenous peoples in Canada.
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IHRAAM Director At UN Meeting on Disability and
Development.
IHRAAM Director Dr. Kathleen Thompson attended
the High Level Meeting on Disability and Development
at the United Nations (UN) in New York on September
23, 2013. She is looking to partner with disability
NGOs across North America to advance disability
policy research focusing on the unique needs of
African Americans, Hispanic Americans and
Indigenous Canadians.
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IHRAAM Director Francis A. Boyle to lecture at
University of Puerto Rico Law School
on
September 20, 2013.  The lecture is entitled "Puerto
Rico and the Puerto Ricans Versus  115  Years of
Yankee Imperialism and Colonialism" and will be
posted on IHRAAM website when available. Left: Boyle
with Rafael Cancel-Miranda.
IHRAAM Delegation meets with IACHR
Commissioner Tracey Robinson (third left)
in
Vancouver on August 9th, 2013 concerning the
IHRAAM-IACHR Petition,
Loni Edmonds vs. Canada
IHRAAM Director Alfred de Zayas, UN
Independent Expert on the Promotion of a
Democratic and Equitable International Order

issued his
Report to the Human Rights Council. The
deZayas report recommended, inter alia, "that the
self-determination item was a permanent item on the
agenda of the Commission on Human Rights. Bearing
in mind that self-determination is a pillar of the
Charter and that it has not been achieved by many
indigenous peoples, minorities, unrepresented
peoples, and peoples under occupation, the Council
should resume consideration of self-determination as
part of items 3 and 4 of its agenda."  See
video
interview with Alfred de Zayas
EXPERT MEETING ON THE RIGHTS OF
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)
IHRAAM Consultant Kerry Coast attended the July
8-12, 2013 Sixth Session of
EMRIP, and delivered an
intervention on Agenda Item #5 - Study on access to
justice in the promotion and protection of the rights of
indigenous peoples.
Children in Conflict - Peace for upcoming
Generations. Palais des Nations, Geneva,
June 2013.
The conference explored the UN
applicable mechanisms needed to address injustices
to children and reviewed the prevailing situation that
accounts for the ongoing abuses.
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UN PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS
ISSUES, New York, May 21-27, 2013
IHRAAM representatives attended the UN event, for
which an
intervention on Agenda Item 6 related to
Truth and Reconciliation Commissions was prepared.
View report on PFII by IHRAAM Consultant Kerry
Coast
here
THE COLONIAL PRESENT:  The Rule of Ignorance
and the Role of Law in British Columbia by
IHRAAM Consultant Kerry Coas
t is copublished
along with Clarity Press, Inc.  The book was launched
at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
where the author and Sylvia McAdam of Idle No More
presented at the Brecht Forum in NYC.
More.
IHRAAM-ICHR CONFERENCE:
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
On March 8, 2013, IHRAAM-ICHR hosted a one-day
conference on Protecting and Promoting Women's
Rights, held at the Palais des Nations, Geneva.
more
MEETING WITH SEC'T GEN. OIC RE
KASHMIR
On Feb. 28, 2013, Barrister A. Majid Tramboo, Chairman of
International Council for Human Rights - Kashmir Project
(ICHR-KP) and European Director IHRAAM and others met
with the Secretary-General of Organization of Islamic
Cooperation (OIC), H.E. Mr. Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu. In an
earlier address to the Human Rights Council, the OIC
Secretary-General said the OIC seeks to resolve the Kashmir
dispute on the basis of UN resolutions and the aspirations of
the people of Kashmir. He expressed concerns over India’s
arrest of the entire Kashmiri leadership in Indian-held
Kashmir. The OIC Secretary-General reaffirmed the OIC’s
commitment to and support for the Kashmiri struggle for the
right to self-determination.
HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA:  
A KASHMIR PERSPECTIVE AT THE UNITED
NATIONS
Geneva Wednesday, 12 September 2012 - Kashmir Centre.
EU, in association with The International Human Rights
Association of American Minorities, today hosted an event
entitled Human Rights in India - A Kashmir Perspective at the
United Nations. Speakers at the event included Barrister A.
Majid Tramboo - Chairman of Kashmir Centre.EU, Prof.
Lawrence Sáez - Director Centre of South Asian Studies SOAS
London, Dr. Elvira Domínguez Redondo - International Law
and Human Rights Expert, Middlesex University, Frank
Schwalba-Hoth - former Member of the European Parliament,
Prof. Satvinder Juss - Human Rights Expert, King’s College
London.  The event was moderated by Ronald Barnes -
Chairman Indigenous Peoplesand Nations Coalition
more.
IHRAAM Director Queen Quet, Chieftess of
the Gullah/Geechee Nation Selected as
TogetherGreen Fellow
(St. Helena Island, SC, USA, 4 June 2012) Audubon & Toyota
announced their 2012 TogetherGreen Fellows and on that list
is St. Helena Island native and Chieftess and Head-of-State for
the Gullah/Geechee Nation, Queen Quet.  Queen Quet has
been an environmental champion for what has been called the
"Gullah/Geechee coast" for more than 30 years.  
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INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN
RIGHTS GIVES CANADA ONE MONTH TO
RESPOND RE LONI EDMONDS vs. CANADA

On September 22.  2012, the IACHR advised IHRAAM that it
had forwarded the pertinent parts of IHRAAM's Observations
on its Response to Canada, giving Canada one month to
respond to same. Canada has already responded 4 times at
IACHR request to this case related to serial child seizure by
the BC Ministry of Children and Families.
East-West University Students Tour UN - NY,
May 25, 2012
courtesy IHRAAM Director Dr. Farid I. Muhammad
PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS
ISSUES 2012
The 11th Session of the United Nations’ Permanent Forum on
Indigenous Issues was held May 7 – May 18, 2012
Kerry Coast attended meetings and the Forum from May 6 –
May 14.  IHRAAM submitted two interventions, on rights to food
and on violence against women and girls.
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FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO HUMAN RIGHTS AND
SELF-DETERMINATION?
The proceedings of the IHRAAM Chicago 2012
conference held at East West University are
published
by IHRAAM and Clarity Press, Inc.
AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE HEADING
IN NEW DIRECTION?
IHRAAM Chicago 2012 Conference:
On April 20-21, 2012, key representatives of the African
American popular leadership and intelligentsia broke new
ground in Chicago at the IHRAAM-sponsored conference titled
FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO HUMAN RIGHTS AND SELF-
DETERMINATION? Speakers and attendees flew in from all
corners–California, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, New York,
South Carolina, Washington, DC, Virginia and Canada.  
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IHRAAM Contributes to the Planning of
Rio+20 Conference
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation
(www.QueenQuet.com) and member of the IHRAAM
Directorate attended the planning sessions for the "Rio+20
Conference" which is the United Nations Conference on
Sustainable Development that will be held in Rio de Janiero
June 20-22, 2012. This forum would allow the possibility of
input from small islands and developing states in the
international planning for future sustainable development
efforts.  This will be key to the survival of the lands of the
Gullah/Geechees who are located in the Atlantic Ocean off the
coast of the mainland United States from Jacksonville, NC to
Jacksonville, FL.  
THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
APPOINTS IHRAAM DIRECTOR ALFRED de
ZAYAS AS UN INDEPENDENT EXPERT
On March 23, 2012 Alfred-Maurice de Zayas  was
appointed by the UN Human Rights Council as an
Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic
and Equitable International Order.
INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN
RIGHTS GIVES CANADA ONE MONTH TO
RESPOND RE LONI EDMONDS vs. CANADA

On March 8, 2012, the IACHR advised IHRAAM that it had
forwarded the pertinent parts of IHRAAM's Observations on its
Response to Canada, giving Canada one month to respond to
same.
IHRAAM SEMINAR ON ARBITRARY
DETENTIONS AND DEMOCRACIES

On March 6, 2012, IHRAAM in association with Kashmir
Centre.EU, hosted an Interactive Dialogue & Roundtable at the
Palais des Nations in Geneva.  The event entitled Arbitrary
Detention & Democracies discussed practices of arbitrary
detention in conflict where it leads to torture, execution and
other human rights abuses. Speakers included Barrister A.
Majid Tramboo Chairman of ICHR and IHRAAM's permanent
representative to the UN Geneva,  Prof. Alfred de Zayas,
Member IHRAAM DIrectorate and Public and International Law
professor at the Geneva School of  Diplomacy & International
Relations, Prof. Joseph Wronka, professor of Social Work,
author of Human Rights and Social Justice,  Prof. Nazir Shawl
(left), Chairman of Justice Foundation, Mr. Ismail Khan,
Journalist and Mr. Ronald Barnes Chair of Indigenous
Peoples and Nations Coalition (IPNC).
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IHRAAM OBSERVATIONS ON CANADA
RESPONSE SUBMITTED TO IACHR

On February 9th, 2012, IHRAAM submitted its Observations on
the Canada Response to its Petition to the Inter-American
Human Rights Commission concerning Canada's seizure of
the children of Loni Edmonds of the Lil'wat Nation.  
UN CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL
DEVELOPMENT

From January 21 to February 6th, IHRAAM intern Atty. Aneesa
Mitchell attended the UN Conference on Social Development.  
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KASHMIRIS PROTEST CONTINUED AT
INDIAN EMBASSY IN BRUSSELS.

Brussels, Thursday, 26 January 2012 -  Led by IHRAAM
European Office Director Barrister Majid Tramboo, the Kashmir
Centre.EU (KCEU) today hosted a demonstration outside of
the Indian embassy in Brussels.  January the 26th is
celebrated as Republic Day in India; the anniversary of the
signing of the post-colonial constitution in 1950.  In Indian
Held Kashmir this day is observed as a black day as the
Kashmiris have yet to be granted their own freedom.  
Questions in the European Parliament concerning India's
violations of human rights in Kashmir continue to arise during
discussions of the proposed  EU-India Free Trade Agreement.
CANADA RESPONDS TO IACHR / LIL'WAT
CHILDREN CASE

January 9th, 2012:  The Inter-American Commission
on Human Rights forwarded to IHRAAM the response
of the Canadian government to the IHRAAM Petition
to the international court concerning the seizure of
Lil'wat mother Loni Edmonds' six children.  IHRAAM
has one month to respond.
THE OAS INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION
ON HUMAN RIGHTS (IACHR) SENDS A
SECOND REQUEST TO CANADA ON
LIL'WAT CHILDREN CASE

NOVEMBER 22, 2011: Responding to an IHRAAM Request for
Precautionary Measures in relation to Its case at the IACHR
concerning seizure of
LIl'wat children by the Canadian Ministry
of Children and Family Development, the Inter-American
Commission on Human Rights
requested that  the
Government of Canada respond within 20 days
to provide its
Secretariat with information concerning its seizure of the
children of Loni Edmonds, as well as to advise it whether the
goal of the Ministry is ultimately to reunite Ms. Edmonds' family.
IHRAAM INTERN ELECTED TO ADDRESS  
IYPAD CLOSURE EVENT, UN-NY

Following 3 weeks training at the UN in Geneva as participant
in the first Fellowship Program for People of African Descent
organized by the Anti-Discrimination section of hte OHCHR,
Fariduddin Muhammad was elected  by his peers to present
their Communication at  the Closure event at the UN in New
York on December 6, 2011 to the Honorable High
Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Navanethem Pillay.
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IHRAAM DELEGATES ATTEND DURBAN III
AT THE UN IN NEW YORK

SEPTEMBER 22, 2011:  IHRAAM representatives Queen Quet
of the Gullah-Geechee Nation and Dr. John Waddell attended
the 10th Anniversary of the World Conference Against Racism,
or Durban III, held at the UN in New York on September 22,
2011. Throughout the lengthy day, a multitude of speakers
addressed a global audience that continues to be passionate
about working to end racism, xenophobia, racial
discrimination, and other forms of intolerance.  
More:
IACHR GIVES CANADA TWO MONTHS TO
RESPOND TO LIL'WAT PETITION

AUGUST 22, 2011: Inter-American Human Rights Commission
of the Organization of American States (OAS) advised IHRAAM
that a Note had been passed to the Canadian Government,
forwarding pertinent parts of its
2007 Petition on behalf of Loni
Edmond, Lil’wat mother,whose children were taken from her
by the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development. The Lil’
wat do not have a treaty with Canada.
FRANCIS BOYLE AND ALFRED DE ZAYAS
JOIN IHRAAM DIRECTORATE

JULY, 2011: IHRAAM is pleased to announce the addition of
Francis A. Boyle and Alfred-Maurice de Zayas, to the IHRAAM
Directorate. IHRAAM’s human rights activities have expanded
to include the submission of Alternative Reports to the UN’s
Universal Periodic Review. A new People’s Bureau has been
established to provide consultation to national minorities and
unrepresented peoples related to self-determination. In the
longer term, IHRAAM is engaged in the establishment of an
International Civil Tribunal .on the Right to Self- Determination.
IHRAAM REPRESENTATIVES ATTEND
PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS
PEOPLES

MAY 17-25, 2011:  IHRAAM delegates attended the May 2011
session of the PFII. James Louie, Alfred Nelson and Kerry
Henselwood represented the
Lil’wat Nation;  Queen Quet
representing the
Gullah-Geechee Nation also attended.
IHRAAM INTERN WINS UN FELLOWSHIP TO
GENEVA
May 2011:  Fariduddin Muhammad was awarded a UN
Fellowship for the International Year for Peoples of African
Descent (IYPAD).  He was one of ten successful applicants in
a field of 640.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ADDRESSES
KASHMIR IN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
WITH INDIA

The European Parliament has included a reference to the
state of human rights in Indian Held
Kashmir by the EU in its
most recent resolution regarding the EU/India Free Trade
Agreement. Paragraph 33 “stresses that human rights,
democracy and security are essential elements of the
relationship between EU and India; calls, therefore, on both
sides to ensure that dialogue on open issues is stepped up,
with particular reference to Kashmir.” Since the Lisbon Treaty
came into force, the European Parliament has the power to
say yes or no to trade agreements. Therefore, the European
Commission and the Council have to take note of this
European Parliament Resolution.
   
   
   
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